Read this sentences. Pay attention to the use of going to. I am going to eat out tonight. Mr. Wolfe is going to stay home. What are you going to do tomorrow? Im going to visit my grandmother. How are you going to get there? Im going to walk through the forest. Please be careful!
We use the future with “GOING TO” to talk about plansPOSITIVE FORMSubject Verb To be Going to InfinitiveI Am danceHe / She / It Is Going to StudyWe / You / They Are Go shoppingExamples:- Maria’s going to travel this holiday.- They’re going to go to a very expensive restaurant.- I’m going to come home late.
NEGATIVE FORMSubject Verb To be + not Going to InfinitiveI Am not CleanHe / She / It Is not (isn’t) Going to CookWe / You / They Are not (aren’t) travel- I’m not going to go to the party.- Juan isn’t going to work today.- They aren’t going to stay at that hotel.
QUESTION FORMQuestion Word Verb To Be Subject Going to InfinitiveWhat Am not I DoWhere Is not (isn’t) He / She / It Going to Go—————– Are not (aren’t) We / You / They travelEjemplos:- What are you going to do later?- What is she going to cook?- Are they going to attend the meeting?- Where is Maria going to study?
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